The current political impasse has seen resentment and frustration reach unprecedented levels on the part of both politicians and the man in the street. It seems incomprehensible that a man with such a groundswell of dislike against him, would refuse to vacate the most important seat in the land. Jeff’s chat to the United Democratic Movement's leader, Bantu Holomisa, reaffirmed the rising impatience of opposition parties to the current situation, with Bantu stating that Monday ( today) is ‘D-Day’. Take a listen.
Bantu Holomisa co-founded the United Democratic Movement in 1997 with John Taylor former ANC executive member, and Roelf Meyer , and was elected to parliament in 1999. Bantu Holomisa and UDM supported a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma on several occasions, including on August 8, 2017